Zelda fans are making Beyblade battles in Tears of the Kingdom

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Link from The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom ripping a Beyblade with his Ultrahand

The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom has allowed gamers to fully unleash their creativity on the land of Hyrule. For some, that involves crucifying the locals, whereas others are simply making Beyblades.

Shared by Japanese Zelda gamer Versus_Shobu on Twitter, it’s entirely possible to play a game of Beyblades using the video game’s incredibly Ultrahand feature.

After finding a crater in the land of Hyrule, Shobu created a remarkably complex system to connect and drop Beyblades into the natural arena, just like you do with the physical toy.

After connecting two makeshift Beyblades to the complex launcher, Shobu hits a switch on the side. This switch turns on two flamethrowers which start to rapidly spin the Beyblades before disconnecting them and starting the battle.

Of course, there is currently no co-op in The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom, so Beyblade fans will have to play by themselves in Hyrule’s many craters. Nevertheless, it’s still a brilliant and harmless use of the game’s incredibly deep mechanics. While some users are crafting horrendous monstrosities designed for warfare, others are simply having a grand old time playing with toys.

Other players are still making mind-blowing inventions with Zelda’s Ultrahand mechanic. One user even created a working Batmobile that they could drive across the world, drifting past all manner of foes. 

Of course, there are minor issues with The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom. While performance is absolutely mind-blowing for the Nintendo Switch, it most certainly drops hard when using some of the more complex creations in the game. Furthermore, there are a number of glitches that Nintendo is still attempting to patch out.


Nevertheless, it’s clear that there’s never been a game quite like this, even if it recycles a lot from its predecessor Breath of the Wild. With fans still finding mind-bending things to do in the prior game, we expect to keep seeing whacky Tears of the Kingdom creations years into the future.

The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom is available right now on Nintendo Switch.

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